KCACTF

AcronymDefinition
KCACTFKennedy Center American College Theater Festival
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In addition to her involvement with USITT, Donnelly has served as DTM chair for KCACTF Region III.
Each year, the festival honors individuals or organizations who have made extraordinary contributions to the teaching and producing of theater and who have supported KCACTF. Region V encompasses seven states.
than 600 academic institutions throughout the country, where theater departments and student artists showcase their work and receive outside assessment by KCACTF respondents.
Past winners recall feeling overwhelmed by their experiences with KCACTF and at the sheer size of the regional and national level events.
And finally, for students, Jesse Dreikosen highlights the awards given at the 2015 KCACTF Festival in April as well as those students honored at last year's conference for their outstanding projects.
In 2002, based on the enthusiasm of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's artistic director Gregg Henry (with a bit of lobbying on my part), we became the first hosts of a KCACTF sound intern, Scott Anderson.
As USITT prepares for another exciting National Conference in Salt Lake City, new doors will once again open for a handful of students, thanks to the connections between The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) and USITT.
Every year, we devote a few pages in TD&T to the accomplishments of the students whose talents were recognized in the KCACTF Design, Technology, and Management Awards.
Every year, students in the eight regional competitions of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) showcase their work in design, technology, and management.
For the past few years, the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) has been strengthening its connection with organizations and companies, including USITT, the Stagecraft Institute Las Vegas (SILV), the Broadway Master Classes, the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center's National Playwrights Conference, the National Partners American Theatre (NAPAT), Barbizon Lighting, Focal Press, and U/RTA.
We finish sharing highlights of the 2013 USITT Conference & Stage Expo in this issue with three pieces: Rob Goodman's Keynote Address, David Grindle's recap of Stage Expo, and Rafael Jaen's pictorial tribute to the winners of the 2013 KCACTF design and allied crafts awards.
She has participated in ETC's LDI Student Sponsorship program, USITT's Young Designer's Forum, and the KCACTF Region III competitions.